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and glenn dougherty. >>> now for a look at the weather, here's nbc's dylan dreyer. >> l.a. should get back into the 70s soon enough but we'll see a nice break from the mountain snow. there isn't much on the radar here showing up anywhere from seattle right down into l.a. and even over into phoenix, too. we do have a stalled front sitting across the southeast. that's where all the rain is focused on today. also just north of dallas up into oklahoma, that's where we'll see some snow and ice this morning. here you see seattle, portland down into san francisco and l.a., san diego, too, nothing going on. some expected snowfall through northern wyoming. we're looking for about 3 to 6 inches out that way. again, other than that, things are nice and quiet. today's highs should be in the 30s and 40s, 50s and 60s down through california. look at l.a. this is the warm weather they were hoping for for the golden globe. by the time we get into next weekend, temperatures will be i look nice and sunny. it has been above average in the east, below average in the west and things are evening out. >> time fo
looks they looked equally bad in l.a. >>> a new york man who lost his iphone resorted to a unique plan to get it back, high-tech trickery. >> he left his iphone 4 in a taxi on new year's eve. >> i immediately used my friend's phone to call it up to see what was going on but it was turned off. >> he is one of thousands falling prey sweeping the country, apple picking the stacks of apple products caught on tape. nearly 16,000 were reported this year in the big apple keeping new york police busy. >> if you took out apple products, total crime rate would be lower than it was last year. >> but unlike most victims he got a lucky break. the crook started sending messages using his oakland profile trolling for dates. >> he was using my account to send messages to girls. >> he set up his own sting creating a phony pro positive file. >> my best version is adding winky face. >> the thief took the bait, you want to meet. he replied, yeah, i kind of do. when he asked, will you kiss me, well, i don't have a boyfriend. they don't have a plan to meet up at his apartment. >> i confronted him like here,
to or from anyplace. she literally just went down to l.a.x. to -- >> we have the reason behind her funky moves. >>> and some dudes get their friend to try out a dog shock collar. >> you ready? >> see sid sit on "right this minute." >> large crowd gathered around this frozen pond in champagne, illinois, on new year's day. here's why. 20-year-old kenneth brown out there on thin ice. he is in the water at this point. according to police brown was bothering customers at a nearby restaurant when he was confronted by police. he took off, ran to this thin ice, and it cracked. the champagne fire department and champagne police are there. they have rope that is they're trying to throw out to this guy. that's not working. eventually brown disappeared. he is under the surface. these initial first responders don't necessarily have the equipment to make an underwater rescue, so that's when you have to call in a dive team. the dive team came to the scene. they were able to pull this guy out in a few minutes, but unfortunately he was unresponsive and passed away wednesday morning. there entire thing on
: and this movie is based on real life events, which means what specifically for this film? >> well, actually, "l.a. times" picked up on the story. there was a small box, a dybbuk box, which is basically a box that dybbuk is the dislocated spirit and it was sold at a yard sale. everyone who had it or owned it, terrible things started happening in their family. people got killed or horrible freak accidents, and it went from person to person and it actually created havoc in whoever had the box. tavis: so you said you wanted to do a horror movie because you'd never done one before. >> right. tavis: i assume, then, that now that you're past "the closer," there is -- my word and not yours a level of freedom that you now have to explore stuff that you haven't done? >> for sure. i mean, i did shoot this before i finished "the closer." but absolutely, i loved "the closer." it was an amazing experience on every level really, personally, professionally, but also it was so fulfilling creatively. it was one of the most creative experiences, fulfilling experiences, i've ever had. so i left because, a, i want
saying use prop h bonds for build out despite the fact that repeatedly. city attorney came to l.a. s c o and explained why it's not probably and they are not saying it today but that is the proposal for local build out and the city attorney has explained that it's for private use. and prop h is public bonds. public funds. second, the co general facility proposal the combined power is not only is that a continued investment in fossil fuels and it's private, local power has been saying for years now that it doesn't identify and know the sites that those cogent facilities would be located on but they don't think there would be any problem with seek away because it [spelling?] aught to be extent and they don't think there are any citing or permitting issues and they are still saying this at the done annoy where those location are and they are still talking about hetch hetchy power and i trust your staff with i know it's the same issue for all of these times and as a permitting environmental lawyer, i hear the proposal for local build-out would you tell any understanding without any
for the drop in shooting deaths. they account for half the crimes in l.a. also, gun buyback programs have taken nearly 10,000 guns off of l.a. streets since 2009. >> what i worry about are guns that fall into the wrong hands, guns that are excess and are not wanted in the home. those are the guns on the streets used in murders in los angeles far too commonly. >> reporter: but the police cannot keep up. 2,000 guns they bought back last week is roughly the same number roughly sold in california gun shops in one day. ben tracy, cbs news, los angeles. >>> up next, your friday morning weather and icy rescue. two teenagers hang on fehr dear life when the lake they're on starts to crack. this is the "morning news." first big race and l.a. for my best friend's wedding. because when hotels have unsold rooms, they use hotwire to fill them. so i got my hotels for half-price! >> men: ♪ h-o-t-w-i-r-e ♪ hotwire.com [ fishing rod casting line, marching band playing ] [ male announcer ] the rhythm of life. [ whistle blowing ] where do you hear that beat? campbell's healthy request soup lets you hear it...
out my best friend is getting married in l.a. there's no way i'm missing that. then i heard about hotwire and i realized i could actually afford both trips. see, when really nice hotels have unsold rooms, they use hotwire to fill them. so i got my four-star hotels for half-price! >> men: ♪ h-o-t-w-i-r-e ♪ hotwire.com >> announcer: save big on car rentals too, from $12.95 a day. >>> a new study suggests that astronauts are at risk of contracting alzheimer's disease. researchers at university of rochester exposed mice to high amounts of radiation the same amount that astronauts would be exposed to in the three years it would take to get to mars. they're working to find a way to lessen the chance of astronauts getting alsz by the time they travel to mars. >>> u.s. face as downgrade and starbucks retires an old id. >>> strong gains and property stock in china lifted most asian stocks this morning. hong kong's hang seng added nearly half a percent while con congress's kospi added half a percent and tokyo's nikkei remains closed for the holiday. >>> the dow finished at 308 points hi
a knicks- celtics matchup. two hoop stars got heated. harvey ref sin live in l.a. i understand, harvey, mellow is as in carmelo anthony and celtic kevin garnet went at it. what happened? >> they did. well, during the game, apparently kevin garnett talked smack about carmelo's w. >> oh. >>> what we're hearing is -- carmelo's wife. we're hearing she tastes like honeynut cheerios. yeah. that did not sit well with anthony. we got video after the game. carmelo, actually, was waiting for kevin garnet outside of the stadium and they got into it, shawn n a big way. i mean they were screaming at each other and you can see them towering over the crowds. >> uh-huh. >> and they were, definitely, a lot of heat, especially from caramelo. >> that is too bad. i know they do a lot of trash talking in any professional sport you and are to know to leave it there, i guess. anyway. let's talk about what is going on with the mayor of l.a. and charlie sheen. >> well, you are in a very political town. >> right. >> and so you will probably get this better than most people in my up to, l.a., but this is the dum
of the rockies, with snow in the mountains. and rain from seattle to l.a. >> it's another day of spring-like temperatures along the east coast. much of florida will be in the 80s. warmer, too, in the midwest. fargo will be 37, instead of the usual 18. much cooler in l.a., with a high in the mid-50s. >>> when we come back this morning, why half the houses in america could be getting a huge break on their winter heating bills. good news. >> yes. >>> then, a new token of our affection. you get to vote as monopoly dumps a classic playing piece for something shiny and new. >>> and the biggest show in san diego today is in black and white. a baby panda meets his public. i'm only in my 60's... i've got a nice long life ahead. big plans. so when i found out medicare doesn't pay all my medical expenses, i got a medicare supplement insurance plan. [ male announcer ] if you're eligible for medicare, you may know it only covers about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you. call and find out about an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance c
second look from h&r block now. sydney, new york, chicago, l.a. question is where does he go next? he's been moving west. san francisco? honolulu? the man knows how to stay anonymous; not even a parking ticket to his name. they've got him. off a credit card used at an econo xpress in washington. seattle swat has the room surrounded. all right. the suspects surrendered after ten minutes of negotiation, unarmed and compliant. hold on. you say "suspects"? we thought he was alone. he picked up a partner at a truck stop in bakersfield. white male, 20s, stunningly poor hygiene. their hotel room was set up for low-level meth manufacturing. looks like they were settling in for a couple of weeks. here's your suspect. who's that? the credit cards you had, where'd you get them? uh, a mark something. i-i know him from a bar in l.a. i needed to get out of town. he sold me the card for 200. sydney, new york, chicago, l.a. all cities with mass transit, fine arts, architecture. they're all near bodies of water, have easy access to transportation. charlie, anything mathematical, logical? i don't know.
in new york and l.a., you can catch her next project, "on the road." the movie is based, of course, on the classic novel by jack kerouac, and also stars amy adams and viggo mortensen. so here now, a preview of "on the road." x can't you wait until we are in frisco? >> i don't care. dean is going to leave me anyway. >> when are you going to go back to denver? >> i don't know. i don't know what i am going to do. i could go back to my fiancee. >> fiancee? >> he is a sailor. he has been away a while. he is nice. i wish been was not so crazy now. >> you could be wishing that the rest of your life. >> i just want to have a baby who. you know -- something normal. i really do want that. >> itunes have a great idea. you guys are going to love it. tavis: the best part of this show for me is always whispering to the star [laughter] while the clip is playing, of what they thought about this scene. so kristen says, "this is my favorite part of the movie. i love this part." why do you like that part so much? >> oh, that's funny -- i meant my favorite part of sitting on a talk show is sitting in
. [laughter] she used to pursue the story for the "l.a. times," and he was always -- i think we have to watch our time here so i just going to end by saying how happy i am that this book is published because she had such a wonderful career in washington it tended to overshadow this earlier phase of his career in the south, and this book although it ends halfway through his career, doesn't cover his career in washington except in an epilogue helps to cement his reputation and his co-author gene roberts called jack one of the most important journalists in the 20th century coming and i think that maybe the story of his life and his career to help cement that place in history. [applause] >> were you ever afraid of him? [laughter] tell us about your experience with him if he would, please. >> the remarkable events described in the book how many of you have read the book? how many of you are going to? i met jack when i was a peanut farmer and had no interest in politics and the atlanta constitution but carter was the editor that everybody in georgia began to know jack nelson as one of the most aggr
. and rain from seattle to l.a. >>> it's another day of spring-like temperatures along the east coast. much of florida will be in the 80s. warmer, too, in the midwest. fargo will be 37, instead of the usual 18. much cooler in l.a., with a high in the mid-50s. >>> when we come back this morning, why half the houses in america could be getting a huge break on their winter heating bills. good news. >> yes. >>> then, a new token of our affection. you get to vote as monopoly dumps a classic playing piece for something shiny and new. >>> and the biggest show in san diego today is in black and white. a baby panda meets his public. >>> welcome back, everybody. well, aig has had some second thoughts about suing the federal government over the bailout that saved the company. the insurance giant has decided not to join a lawsuit that claims shareholders were hurt because aig got too little taxpayer money in the deal. aig, of course, was rescued with $182 billion taxpayer, in 2008. and has paid that back. plus $23 billion in profit for the american public. >>> consumer protections are on the way to mak
tonight taking on the l.a. clippers. this game still in progress. first quarter, the nice baseline to webster. he is going to hit the three. the wizards trail the clippers 24-22 after one quarter. >>> two baseball legends passed away today. cardinals slugger won seven titles, three-time mvp and helped st. louis capture championships in the 1940s. also orioles hall of fame manager, earl weaver, died at the age of 92. winning one title in 1970. >>> staying with baltimore sports, the ravens are preparing tomorrow night. the same two teams met the same time last year with new england winning by 3. this game is in fox where the patriots have never lost on the line and tom brady leading the way, how do the ravens plan on stopping him? >> hire tonya harding. i don't know. well whoever it was, i don't know. put water outside, they were getting off the bus, they hope it freezes. he is who he is. i would have guessed him in practice for six years. he's a competitive person as i have ever been around. he can give you the boyish look on tv, but he is a very, very, very competitive guy. >> b
coyote's house and he was responsible for driving us to l.a.. he made a slide down the back seat and would not let us set up because we could still be pulled over by border patrol. so we spend the whole car ride home lying down. not until we got to sandy and and he said you can get up now. just seeing the things outside the window was amazing. i remember the palm trees. we did not have those. the streets that seemed to never end and the buildings to reach this guy, it was amazing. really amazing. >>host: where did you live when you first got here? >>guest: first in l.a. i lived in highland park, northeast los angeles predominately latino. >>host: most the legal? >>guest: i think it was a combination. of lot of immigrant families also legal and illegal. >>host: how did the legal spew the illegals? >>guest: i am not too sure about that. as a child, i don't think i was too aware of that kind of response from the adults. but i do remember being shocked at school that most of the kids were turks skin and looked like me and have last names like garcia and could speak a language i could
is very cold. boise is at 11. cold air spilled into medford. 36 in l.a. at this hour. 27 right now in vegas. some areas have a breeze. others are wind free. the wind chill making itself known. wyoming minus 22. san francisco, you're at 41. the wind isn't much of an issue but down right cold and will see a struggle tonight with the sunshine getting up to the low 50s in phoenix. l.a. possibly low 60s. watch out for freezing fog over the next couple of days especially oregon state but not horrible. one more thing. our friends in alaska dealing with a big storm today up there. so be careful traveling anywhere in alaska, anchorage and up to fairbanks everybody is getting s large arctic high pressure system and warm up in many areas. without too much snow out of this big cold air mass but cold and dry in the west. >> single digits. a shocking story out of buffalo v.a. hospital. gas prices on the move. hottest wheels out of the detroit auto show. plus caught on tape. the mother of all snowball fights and no pants day on the subway. what? you're watching "early today." . >>> stories making
. >> and honest. pretty incredible. >>> it was chilly out in l.a. last night. unseasonable weather, sam, on both coasts. record highs and lows. by the way, welcome back. >> welcome back to you, too. >> it's nice to be back. i'm so glad to be on the warm side of what we're about to show you. because, out west, it's been crazy. when you see icicles like this, okay, maine. all right, vermont. this is scottsdale, arizona. look at the trees. then, look at this. look at the jet stream. this unusual position with a giant dip. you should see it down here. allowing colder air all across the planet. but we have more than 300 record-high temperatures on the east coast and then all of cold air to the west, makes the january images jarring. it looks like a map flip this morning. below freezing temperatures in the usually warmer west. west.while in the east coast, surging record highs. sandwiched in between, a weekend of severe storms. in tennessee, strong winds tore through this man's house. >> it had to be. >> reporter: the worst part of the crisscrossed weather is along the california coast. a mass of arct
peace be with you and then he looked at me and shook his a had had and said chiz l.a. i'm from the midwest and the best translation is what the heck. i was skruf if i and looked pretty bad and he said, son, i'd like you to come to our village but first, you need to take a bath. so, i went down to the river, very filthy, a washed up and we went for tea. in that sorry lame i learned many things. one out of three children there dies before the age of one. usually dehydration or diarrhea induced dehydration. many young men have left the villages to try and get jobs as dishwashers in the cities or work on construction crews or work for foreign climbers and they often have to pull they're resources and sell they're goats and land to bribe somebody. for who is left behind is the women and they say now they're workload has doubled over the last two decades. i walked into this stli ladies and gentle village and we had yet to have three cup office tea with each other. first cup your a stranger, second cup a friend, and third cup you become family but the process take many years. here in
had won a contest to come to l.a. from germany and see the parade. >> there's no words to describe it. i'm excited they chose my husband, too. it's overwhelming. >> isn't that great? the family will spend the next five days sight seeing in pasadena. >> i don't know about you, the retune i don't know you get that lump in your throat, it's so amazing. >> i get chills. >> i know. you can't -- >> and then i get chills from the weather, too. >> i knew that was coming. >> never misses a chance. >> got a chill in the air tonight. good evening, and happy new year. we're beginning the new year on a very frosty note. this is the scene from treasure island looking at san fransisco. today's high was in the low 50s and clear skies out there. if you look real close, 79% moon, now we traverse on over and look from oakland towards san fransisco. different view there, you have the embarcadero again, and some of the temperatures, currently mid-30s in livermore and santa rosa, loe 40s in the peninsula. tonight in the 20s in santa rosa. some could get colder than that, around 26, 27 degrees, otherwise be
not been problems the first time they had the make-up artists come from l.a. here. they looked at me and said keep on doing what you are doing, because they had nothing to lose except the make-up they did for elizabeth taylor! [ laughing ] >> i heard somebody talking about make-up, for instance. if you say natural, that means nothing to a black woman because there is no such thing as natural. now things are better but at that time -- and the other thing about your hair, while you are on the cosmetic thing. tell them the story. >> it is no secret black hair is curly. i went out on assignment covering martin luther king when he was in the bay area. it was a day that was damp and drizzly. my hair started chemically straightened but by the time the day was over it turned into a large puffball. the cameramen were shooting and saying my god, what happened to your hair? i just started to laugh because he had not seen that formation. now we are open with all of our cultural strengths and weaknesses. i don't think you would find an issue even if a woman turned up with purple hair. >> you
now, windchills almost 30 belows. today it will be about 78 degrees in l.a. and rain moves back into the pacific northwest tomorrow. >> much better to be in l.a. than where the guy with the t-shirt was. >> yes. it would thaow quick in california. >>> well, president obama's inauguration didn't disappoint when it came to the entertainment. james taylor, kelly clarkson and beyonce all treated us to their renditions of some american classics. ♪ america america ♪ from every mountaintop let freedom ring ♪ ♪ and the home of the brave [ cheers and applause ] >> the ladies of the inauguration stood out in their own way with some very stylish looks throughout the day's festivities. all eyes were on the first lady as she started the day with a custom thom browne navy coat and dress paired with matching boots from j. crew. for the inaugural gown she was in a chiffon gown from jason wu, the same designer responsible for the 2009 gown. and a pair of jimmy choo shoes helped her glide across the dance floor. >> i'm mara schiavocampo, and this is "early today." this, your first stop of
, a guy named o.j. simpson was accused of killing his wife. lopez was even interviewed by l.a. police detective, mark furman. anybody who was anybody covered that case. we were all a bit younger, 18 years, to be exact. >> what are you going to do next? >> i'm going to disney land. >> i'm going to disney world. cbs 5. >> looks good. >> today there was a guy in vallejo who made his love for the 49ers permanent. that's right. he got a 49er tattoo. the die hard fan had a tattoo artist put the team logo on his leg and he says he is doing this for his team. >> i will be a 49er until death. i'm looking forward to a lot of good things to come. >> i was with him. i'm glad it was he and not me. if you happen to be thinking about commemorating the niners for life, l.a. ink is offering a special the day before the game. $49 for a 49er tattoo. and -- >> it's a bargain. >> you get your money's worth for $49. >> you do. and the 49ers fever is popping up everywhere these days. >> we asked for your photos and they are pouring in. take a look. ashley is ready to go with a full ensemble and
this morning and eventually san diego too. this has its sight set on l.a. heading due northward and batch of heavier stuff coming up to los angeles. not moving too far inland it will be lighter amounts as we get up to san bernardino. san diego, most of it is off the coast. i think san diego you're probably going to have likely period of rain. a little slow there. a front big huge storm went up just north of juneau last night. cooling things off. this will bring changing weather pattern for the weekend. we'll linger with this trough and cause scattered showers and a lot of clouds and cooler temperatures. batch of rain this morning with that cutoff upper low that's dying off the coast. that's why we'll have the chance of rain from phoenix to l.a. today. the front to north and continues through your weekend. that okay. california the rainiest weather of the weekend is this morning. speaking of weekend forecast that will be coming right up. >>> looking forward to that. up next medical science's real life "star trek" tracker beam plus layoffs ahead for the airlines. why are the brits blowing u
gets a big rescue in l.a. why rescuers couldn't use a boat to get to her. photos are showing world war 2 in a whole new light... life magazine opened up its archives and posted these color nline. they show >>> some new colored photos are showing world war ii in a whole new light. "life" magazine posted color photos online. they show american soldiers snapshots in time from before and after d-day. kodak invented color film in 1935. but war photos were easier to process in black and white to transmit home. but a little history right there. >>> and you may have to add another star to your american flag if one u.s. senator gets his way. senator tom harper of delaware is introducing legislation that would make the district of columbia the 51st state. it would be called new columbia but most people believe the bill has little chance of passing. >> that would open up a can of worms. >>> a hunt under way in south africa after 10,000 crocodiles escaped from a reptile farm in rising floodwaters. only half have been captured and one was found 75 miles awa
around the country. partly sunny, rain. rain in chicago, 44, 63 in dallas. passing showers in l.a., 58 degrees. let's check your national forecast. a winter storm is forming in the west heading to the east. heavy rain and thunderstorms will spread into the mississippi and ohio valleys tonight. up to four inches of rain are possible in some areas, and it will be dry in the northeast. >>> in sports this morning big rejection by baseball writers. they're not sending anybody to cooperstown this year, especially players tainted by the steroids scandal. first time that has happened since 1996. they've all been linked to steroid use. all-star got 68 but needed 75 to get in. biggio was never linked to the steroid scandal. >>> in basketball the lakers come up short again. final minute, manu ginobili. kobe bryant goes for the tie and misses. earl clark hurls a prayer. spurs hand l.a. their fifth straight loss, 108-105. >>> the thunder took a buzz saw to the t'wolves. a bright spot for minnesota. luke ridnour made back-to-back steals but kevin durant was hot. he scored 26 against the injure-ridde
to note for the weekend, you get about a half-inch of rain for san francisco, and rain down to l.a., as well. >> my first twitter photo comes from wisconsin. it is a sun pillar. that's an actual thing. i know i see your face, a little eyebrow raised there. >> what is that? >> it's light from the sun. a sun pillar. >> i'll stop asking questions now. >> and this one from california, too. if i could say jeez o. pete, i could say y'all. >> we appreciate it. >>> moving on. emotional night at the cotton bowl between oklahoma and texas a&m. despite losing, it was a magnificent finish for one of the sooners players who has inspired everybody, beating cancer while never missing a game this season, even as he went through chemotherapy treatments. ron is back with that story. this is a great story. >> reporter: it really is, dan. big-time college football is hard enough. imagine practicing and playing for months. and doing well in the classroom to be named an academic all-american, all the while battling cancer. that's what a young man named austin woods, big number 50, on the oklahoma sooner
would be emberrassing, three days of a win over the clippers, l.a. exacts revenge on the warriors >> welcome back. warriors with the 21 point win over the clippers on wednesday nut tonight's game, and l.a. exacted revefnlgt seth curry, driving, no. rocking the rim. but all clippers from then on. blake griffin, 14 first quarter points, finished with 20. it was 23-6. barnes, base line jam, tried to stop the bleeding. warriors, lowest points in the first quarter of the season. chris paul had 27. clippers up by 23. eric pled bledsoe. shot clock winding down, come on. paul off glass, to jordan, just showing off now. 92-56. 115-89 the final. >> santa clara coach gary keeting wanted a full house, one problem students are out on winter break, sew offered $100 hotel reimbursements out of his own pocket for students who live on campus but had nowhere to stay. 12 took him up on his offer and the place sold out. the place going crazy, and then the zags throws it down. kevin foster, 29 for the broncos but they trail by seven at the half. second half. zags up two. look at that reverse. broncos
ahead, the warriors travel to l.a. to play the clippers three days after blowing them out here at home. did the clippers turn the tables in l.a.? well, we have the highlights >> welcome back. it's 6:19." this is the ferry building glowing in the distance. according to a live doppler 7hd, a few raindrops are falling in san francisco and elsewhere. frances dinglasan is here with the full accuweather forecast, sitting in this morning for lisa argen. >> yes. we are seeing some of those showers still over parts of the bay area that we will continue to see this morning. we will take you outside to show you a live shot from sutro look towards san francisco and the bay and the east bay in the distance. we have some low clouds bringing us some precipitation over parts of the bay right now. next we will take you that live doppler 7hd to show you the storm that's moving southeast. this is the last few hours. you see how the center of it is right now centered over monterey bay moving toward salinas. but as the rain continues to wrap around counter clockwise around the storm, we will see some light
be emberrassing, three days of a win over the clippers, l.a. exacts revenge on the warriors >> welcome back. warriors with the 21 point win over the clippers on wednesday nut tonight's game, and l.a. exacted revefnlgt seth curry, driving, no. rocking the rim. but all clippers from then on. blake griffin, 14 first quarter points, finished with 20. it was 23-6. barnes, base line jam, tried to stop the bleeding. warriors, lowest points in the first quarter of the season. chris paul had 27. clippers up by 23. eric pled bledsoe. shot clock winding down, come on. paul off glass, to jordan, just showing off now. 92-56. 115-89 the final. >> santa clara coach gary keeting wanted a full house, one problem students are out on winter break, sew offered $100 hotel reimbursements out of his own pocket for students who live on campus but had nowhere to stay. 12 took him up on his offer and the place sold out. the place going crazy, and then the zags throws it down. kevin foster, 29 for the broncos but they trail by seven at the half. second half. zags up two. look at that reverse. broncos played well but
to quiet down. a police tactic called stop and frisk. it is supported by bill bratton former l.a. police chief. bratton who has helped reduce crime in l.a. and new york city would be hired z a consultant for $250,000. but some community members said it would be a waste of money. >> if you really need to hear what he has to say, why don't you go and have howard jordan buy his book on amazon for $18. >> the city of oakland cannot afford the lawsuits that will follow this. >> we do not condone racial profiling. we never have. we have worked very hard to build this relationship between the community. >> reporter: the plan would also include more funding for the police academy to train new officers and hiring 20 police service technicians. the measure would have the most impact is the hiring of 11 alameda county sheriffs deputies for up to 180 days for violent suppression efforts. all of these votes came from two council members in the wake of massive shooting in an eight day stretch that left six people dead. the council will vote rob the herb -- will vote on the issue next tuesday. live fro
. cardinal start conference play 0-2, lost 15 of their last 16 in l.a. >> it's day 112 of the nhl lockout. hockey fans are looking for positive news. league and union reps meeting face-to-face with a federal mediator today trying to iron out expense revenue issues. the commissioner issued a friday deadline. gate deal in place or the season will be cancelled. >> how about some actual hockey in russia, team u.s.a. and sweden. at the gold medal game of the junior championship. grimaldi takes it in, then a few minutes later again. team courthouse -- team usa victorious. the warriors are taking on the clippers tonight. >> ama: how much would you spend for a really good drink? the big bucks someone ♪ i'd like to thank eating right, whole grain, multigrain cheerios! my bowl, my spoons! mom, are those my jeans? [ female announcer ] people who choose more whole grain tend to weigh less than those who don't. multigrain cheerios has whole grain and 110 delicious calories. ...more grains. less you! multigrain cheerios in multi-grain cheerios peanut butter. i've got two tickets to paradise!l set? pa
is next. >> and for everyone else we'll be back with our man in l.a. getting all kinds of attention. this story has "entourage" written all over it. you don't want to miss it. hi. we're spreading the word about honey bunches of oats fruit blends and their unique taste combinations. like peach/raspberry. with one flavor in the granola bunch and one on the flake. two flavors. in harmony. honey bunches of oats. make your day bunches better. >>> updating the top stories we've gone over the fiscal cliff, but a senate deal reached overnight may keep tax increases and spending cuts from going into effect. the house votes on this deal later today. >>> secretary of state hillary clinton remains in a new york hospital this morning where she's being treated for a blood clot that was located near her brain. doctors say she's expected to make a full recovery. >> dozens of same-sex couples are tying the knot in maryland as gay marriage becomes legal in the state. a majority of voters approved of same-sex marriage in november. >>> heavy rain, thunderstorms along the gulf coast into the carolinas.
. clouds and sun in chicago, 28. partly sunny in dallas, 47. mostly sunny in l.a., 68 degrees. >>> let's check your national forecast. the storm system stalled over the southeast and gulf coast. lake-effect snow showers are possible in northern and western new york. some areas could gets a much as 6 inches. it will be dry and chilly in the midwest and santa ana winds with blow through southern california with gusts up to 50 miles an hour. >>> in sports this morning lots of new year's day bowl games. in the orange bowl, northern illinois pulled a fake punch in the first. got them a first down. but the seminoles were too strong. lonnie pryor racked up a career-high 134 yards and two t.d.s and only five carries. florida state takes the orange bowl, 31-10 over the huskies. >>> to the rose bowl now, he gets the ball on the reverse and dashes 16 yards for the score. that gave stanford the early lead. fourth quarter and goal. he gets stopped at the line. badgers again at the fourth. kirk philips gets picked off. that's it. they beat the badgers. wisconsin now loses three consecutive rose bowl
. his new film opens this month in l.a.. join us for conversation with matt damon, coming up right now. >> there is a saying that dr. king had that said there is always the right time to do the right thing. i just try to live my life every day by doing the right thing. we know that we are only halfway to completely eliminate hunger, and we have a lot of work to do. walmart committed $2 billion to fighting hunger in the u.s. as we work together, we can stamp hunger out. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. tavis: pleased to welcome matt oscar-winning writer is out this month with a terrific new film called "promised land." the movie will be playing in new york and l.a. in december and opening wider around the country come january. before we get to that and so much more, though, a look at a small sampling of matt damon's outstanding work. >> when you found, i was here, and i was with the only brothers that i have left. there was no way i was going to desert them. i think she will understand that. there is no way i am leaving this bridge. >> the sa
. >> if you're flying, airport delays are possible from new york to atlanta, chicago, l.a., vegas and salt lake city. >>> and now, to a story that captivated the nation back in 2001, is back in the news. this is what everyone was talking about right before 9/11. hard to believe. you might remember washington intern chandra levy, who had an affair with then-congressman gary condit. she was murdered. and a man named ingmar guandique was later convicted in her death. >> now, his appeal is on hold. and two secret hearings have been held to address an unknown issue. levy's parents say they understand those hearings have to do with a witness that may have lied during testimony. >>> a once-vacant south florida mansion has a new occupant, a squader, living in luxury, scott-free. a 23-year-old man from brazil quietly moved into the mansion in boca raton about a month ago. the $2.5 million waterfront property is owned by the bank. but the squatter is using an obscure law to lay his claim. and as you can imagine, his neighbors, they are outraged. >> nobody's happy. we all spent a lot of money to live
on the streets and shot, dead. >> investigators say snead just brought the girl from l.a. to her parents home in the bay view on june 3. the girl reportedly called him the next day and asked that he pick her up at home. snead was shot to death in his car near the house. prosecutors say surveillance video the day of the murder shows the father and other two suspects meeting on the 1400 block of grove street. they say one suspect rented a car in l.a. and drove it to san francisco. and that the video shows that the driver meeting the girl's father and nephew who drove up in another car. >> there are tl is clear video of them coming together, then, leaving the scene. >> the complaint says they drove and waited for snead and when he arrived, guilton shot him in the head. the d.a.says the father tried unsuccessfully once to kill snead in los angeles. >> we have been able to place him near the location of a shooting occurred in l.a. where our victim was the victim of that particular crime. >> well, one ironic footnote. a source close to this investigation tells abc 7 news two defendants are associat
: what does that mean? >> guest: well, cancer starts like this. if you can imagine the l.a. highway and a blue print being developed at an ark churl firm and manufacturing being out at laguna beach. he hops on the 5, go over to the 405, hit highway 1 and, of course, if there's l.a. traffic, you don't have to worry about getting cancer because the blue print has to get to manufacturing to get the cancer proteens made. so the google map themself is really being able to look at a google l map and take that example of an l.a. highway system and put it on top of the cell. the dna is in the nucleus. the courier is what we call rna, and it follows protein highway systems to get to a component of the cell which makes these bad proteins. so right after the human genome project, we began to understand the blueprint -- it's difficult to change the blueprint. what welcome do very effectively is monitor these pathways, this highway system because the drug companies are very adept at putting it together, drugs that stop and block a highway system. so if we in diagnostics can present the google ma
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